Rhett Bollinger did a little heavy lifting, cranking out a monster column that sets the stage for the year.

Center field is also up for grabs with Darin Mastroianni the favorite to take over after the departures of both Denard Span and Ben Revere. But prospects Aaron Hicks and Joe Benson will both be in the mix in Spring Training.
Hicks' status was about the only think I really disagreed with in the starting lineup, though I also think he's optimistic if he thinks Joe Mauer will be batting #2.

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